Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos has invited previous Farc revolts as they sat down at the opening session of parliament.
He said he was upbeat to see ex-rebels who battled the state for more than five decades currently regarding the constitution.
The new individuals from congress took up their seats on Friday as a major aspect of the peace bargain came to in 2016.
The president asked his successor, Ivan Duque, to protect peace in Colombia.
“Today we are seeing a genuine breakthrough in our history,” said Mr Santos, who closes his term in office one month from now.
The Farc, or Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, is presently a political gathering known as the Revolutionary Alternative Common Force.
It has five seats in the Senate and five in the House of Representatives.